A Message From: Susan Hendricks, Dean of the Division of Allied Health Sciences
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A Message From: Susan Hendricks, Dean of the IUK School of Allied Health
Welcome. My name is Sue Hendricks.
I’m the Dean for the Division of Allied Health Sciences here at IU Kokomo.
I’m delighted to be able to honor our graduates in the Division of Allied Health Sciences who have completed their studies in a number of majors in 2020.
Thank you to the families and friends of our graduates, as well as to the faculty and staff who work every day to make sure that the education that each of you has received is excellent.
Our faculty ensure that even in this time of staying home for safety, the education that you have received is topnotch.
As a graduate in Allied Health Sciences, you join professions that are dedicated to enhancing the lives of the people you work with and serve.
The importance of this work cannot be overstated in today’s uncertain world.
You will become the future public health experts, health educators, health program planners, radiology and medical imaging technologists.
You may lead sport, exercise and recreation programs for the benefit of many.
Crucial in maintaining physical and mental health.
Some of you will be community leaders in healthcare or business.
Others will teach us how to maintain healthy bodies through excellent nutrition and exercise.
Undoubtedly, many of you will be seeking further degrees to pursue a variety of different careers that will impact the health of many in the years to come.
Whatever you do, you will likely never realize the downstream impact of all of your actions.
But your actions matter tremendously.
Today, as you prepare to launch the next steps in your career journey, your actions matter.
In the words of Vincent Van Gogh, your profession is not what brings home your paycheck.
Your profession is what you were put on earth to do with such a passion and intensity that it becomes spiritual in calling.
Along with all of the Allied Health faculty, I salute you and wish you the best as you pursue that passion.
Division of Allied Health Sciences Graduate Recognition
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Hello. This is Dr. Susan Hendricks, acting Dean for the Division of Allied Health Sciences at Indiana University Kokomo. I'm delighted to read the names for you of our graduates.
First in the Associate of Science in Radiography.
Kimberly Diane Bradshaw.
Kyra Elizabeth Brown.
Madison Taylor Edwards.
Jessica Ann Garner.
Renee Nicole Gunion.
McKenna Shea Lundy.
Chelsea LaDonna Marley.
Madeline Grace McKinney.
Jessyca Lynn Napier.
Jessica Renee Pattison.
Jessica Synclair Pinkston with Highest Distinction.
Next our Bachelor of Applied Science Graduates.
James Gilson Jr.
Emily Ann Glover.
Sebastian DeJesus Martinez Lagunes.
Mary D. Moreno.
Tessa Nicole Pitman.
Courtney Sue Woolston with Distinction.
Next our graduates for the Bachelor of Science in Applied
Benjamin R. Murphy.
Kaci Danielle Stuber.
The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences.
Rebecca Ann Adney.
Jacob Dean Benzinger with Highest Distinction.
Keegan Lynn Boring.
Grace Isabella Boyd.
Ashley Blair Branstutter.
Kathryn Rani Bushaw with Highest Distinction.
Gabrielle Nichole Denham.
Kristin Jane Elson.
Brianna Lynn Evans.
Elli Isabel Ferguson.
Tyler Allen Gray.
Kelsey Nicole Helmer.
Paige Lorraine Jones with Highest Distinction.
Christopher Mackenzie Lemons.
Tavon Leonard Lindsay.
Hunter Alexis McMindes.
Zayne Allyn Mossburg.
Kirsten Noel Randall.
Jamie L. Reed.
Chloe Anne Roe.
Hannah Elizabeth Shirley.
Rajestaney Bre'Onna Small.
Kayla Breanne Smith.
Karson Danielle Williams.
The Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology.
Leon Anthony Babb.
Taylor Marie Bell.
Morgan Leigh Brown with Highest Distinction.
Karen Lynn Highers.
Mackenzie Elaine Howard.
Sandra C. Johnson.
Caitlyn Alene Kimbrough.
Salena Renee O'Neill.
Leah M. Pearce.
Samuel A. Rhymer with High Distinction.
Samantha Ann Tumbarello.
The Bachelor of Science in Sport and Recreation Management.
Natalee Nicole Heineman.
Tyler Dean Lunger.
Timothy M. Martin.
Rachel Anne Sallee.
I'm so glad and proud of each and every one of these graduates.
Thank you very much.